"Don't rush your gundog training, progress in tiny increments and keep exercises fresh and exciting."

Ben Randall, Field Editor

Gundog breeds

A closer look at the many working breeds to help you choose the right dog for you...

Labrador retriever

We take a closer look at Britain's most popular gundog...
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English springer spaniel

We take a look at the UK’s third most popular gundog...
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In the field

Exclusive interviews, unforgettable experiences and fascinating gundog history...

A history of picking-up

Up until the 1920s, picking-up was always carried out...
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Dogs that track deer

How prepared are you for when things don’t quite go as...
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Instruction & training

Expert gundog training tips and advice from some of the most respected handlers...

Training a young labrador retriever – part 1

Gundog expert Jayne Coley summarises the early training...
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Choosing the right breed of gundog

When considering which gundog breed is best for you, follow...
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Latest Articles

The perfect kennel

There are a number of things to consider when investing in a kennel for your gundog, says Field Edit...
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Picking up, a Gun's view

Poor picking-up practice can be the difference between a good, a bad and an ugly day’s shooting, s...
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The seven sins of gundog training

It’s rare to make it through the shooting season without encountering at least a few poorly behave...
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Gundog Journal

Following on from the highly anticipated launch issue of Gundog Journal, issue II will deliver comprehensive guidance from top handlers and trainers to those wishing to train a canine companion to be proud of, as well as sharing fascinating insights into how training methods have changed over the years, expert veterinary advice, and exclusive interviews with high profile figures in the gundog world.

We also take a closer look at scurries and working tests, deer tracking dogs, how to positively introduce your dog to water, and capturing those special moments in the field, with advice from professional photographers.

With reams of content to see you through to the start of the game shooting season, this collectable coffee table journal is a must-have for all who are interested in gundogs.

A few issue highlights:

• Shooting over pointers and setters
• How to prepare your dogs for the moor
• Breed profile: the cocker spaniel
• My dog of a lifetime – part II
• A puppy training masterclass
• Everything you need to know about scurries and tests

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